- cor triloculare,
- coracoacromial ligament,
- coracobrachial muscle,
- coracoclavicular ligament
Origin of coracle
Examples from the Web for coracle
Fin came in close to land with his coracle, and asked what he wanted.More Celtic Fairy Tales|Various
Ground game at that, for Coracle is in the act of "jugging" a hare.
But even a small change in the disposition of the weight will produce violent changes in the behaviour of a coracle.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson|Robert Louis Stevenson
Coracle laughs too, but with the grimace of wolf baying the moon.
The breeze had but little action on the coracle, and I was almost instantly swept against the bows of the Hispaniola.Treasure Island|Robert Louis Stevenson
Word Origin for coracle
"round boat of wicker, coated with skins," 1540s (the thing is described, but not named, in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle from 9c.), from Welsh corwgl, from corwg, cognate with Gaelic curachan, Middle Irish curach "boat," which probably is the source of Middle English currock "coracle" (mid-15c.). The name is perhaps from the hides that cover it (see corium).